Addicted to Achievement? There's a Better Way to Find Your Worth – Hope 103.2

Addicted to Achievement? There’s a Better Way to Find Your Worth

Dr Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity and author of new book 'Achievement Addiction'.

Listen: Hope Afternoon's Ben McEachen chats with Justine Toh, author of 'Achievement Addiction' and a self-confessed recovering achievement addict

By Ben McEachenFriday 1 Oct 2021Hope AfternoonsLifeReading Time: 1 minute

Do you define yourself by what you achieve? Do you steadily feel the weight of having to be the best – all the time?

Is that zeal for success actually ruining your life?

Dr Justine Toh is here to help you. Justine is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She is also the author of new book Achievement Addiction.

A self-confessed recovering achievement addict, Justine has spent a lot of her life basing her own worth upon results or acknowledgment.

But, as she told Hope 103.2, her addiction ultimately did not deliver the satisfaction or value she craved.

Thankfully, Justine has found an antidote to achievement addiction and she shares it with us, in the player above. 

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